Bay County Audubon Society  
               P.O. Box 1182
                  Panama City, Florida  32402

                                                                                       
                                                                                                                                                       
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*MONTHLY MEMBERSHIP MEETINGS

Membership meetings are held September through May on the second Monday of the month at 7:00 PM (unless noted otherwise) at the Science and Discovery Center of Northwest Florida (308 Airport Rd, Panama City, FL).   Monday, January 9, Kurt Cox will present details on the huge problem with plastics in the ocean and seashores and how they harm birds and other wildlife.  Members of the Florida Trail will join us.  Hope to see you there.
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UPCOMING EVENTS
Friends of St. Joseph Bay Preserve


T shirts with our new logo are now available at our monthly membership meetings.
           Adventure Film Series  2017
Jan 10 (Tuesday) – Natural Wonders of the Northeast Coast by John Holod- This 1500-mile adventure begins in busy Virginia Beach and ends at the Maine/Canada border.   Along the way we observe an amazing array of birds, mammals, whales, insects, amphibians, flora, and endangered species. We also experience  kayaking, sailing, aerial tours, lobstering, crabbing, and many lighthouses.

Jan 24 (Tuesday )-     Etched in Stone – by Monty Brown - Scotland to Provence. From the Central Highlands of Scotland, through the heart of England and France, London and Paris, to the shores of the Mediterranean, we follow the roads traveled by many before us.  It is a journey showing the many stone creations from pre-history to the present.

Feb 2  (Thursday)         Rediscovering Ancient America,"by Gray Warriner- Over 3,000 years ago mound building became an obsession with the native peoples of eastern North America. See the site of the first planned city in Ancient America. Around the time of Christ, in Ohio many  thousands of tons of earth was moved to build giant geometric earthworks and there  were  calendars and observatories for some of the world's most skilled astronomers. Visit Iowa,  Wisconsin and Illinois' Cahokia which was larger than London or Paris.                    Visit the ancient Atlanta of the South. Out West see cliff dwellings and Pueblo towns such as Lost City in Nevada.

The films are held at Arnold High School Auditorium at 550 Alf Coleman Road near Back Beach Road at 7:00 PM.   Tickets are $7.00 per film; season tickets for all three films are $20.00 Door prizes will be given at each film.

2016-17 BCAS Annual Program Info